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2019 News

See Representatives from Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services at NBAA

Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services (ECS) department will have two representatives in Duncan Aviation’s booth (#N2506) at the 2019 National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, from October 22-24. Duncan Aviation’s ECS team has years of experience providing design data and all supporting documentation required to certify many types of alterations including avionics installations and upgrades, interior alterations, and government and special-mission projects.
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Duncan Aviation Parts & Rotables Sales Announces Dedicated European Contact

In a recent move, Duncan Aviation named Sandra Phelps as its International Parts & Rotables Sales Representative dedicated to the EU (European Union) member states. In this role, Phelps will specialize in aircraft parts sales in the European market, managing work orders, parts exchange transactions, and international shipments, including hazardous material.
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Duncan Aviation’s Las Vegas Satellite Sees Connectivity, CMS, and TCAS 7.1 Requests With 13 Weeks Before the ADS-B Deadline

Although there are only 13 weeks remaining until the FAA’s January 1, 2020, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) mandate goes into effect, Duncan Aviation’s Jack Robbins, manager of the company’s Satellite Avionics Shop in Las Vegas, Nevada, has noticed most of his customers are focusing on upgrades to other avionics systems. Most of the shop’s local customers are already in compliance with the ADS-B mandate, he says.
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With Only 14 Weeks To Go, 65% of the Learjet 31/31A Fleet Has Yet To Update To ADS-B

LINCOLN, NEB — Duncan Aviation compiles an internal report each month based on our data and available air traffic control information that gives insight into the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) adoption rate. With only 14 weeks remaining until the FAA’s deadline for upgrading to ADS-B, roughly 65% of the Learjet 31/31As registered in the United States are non-compliant.
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